Category: Album Review

Beheaded- Only Death Can Save You

One of death metal’s most consistent and under appreciated bands Beheaded released another great album recently “Only Death Can Save You”.  These guys are one of my personal favorite bands and trumped the 2017 banger “Beast Incarnate” (I thoroughly enjoyed that record!).  What I dig a lot about the band […]

Dream Void- Divinization

The project that is (unfortunately is no more after this release) Dream Void have an upcoming offering “Divinization” that is a serious banger.  The technical/progressive death metal band is closing the doors with a serious band.  I’ve loved their mix of tech and prog especially in the latest release.  They […]

Flub Self Titled

Flub’s monstrous self titled full length officially releases today June 7th.  I’ve heard it a handful of times since we got the promotion and grows on you each listen.  The band has a super unique sound unlike most death metal bands.  It’s not only melodic, it has hispanic and jazz influences […]

Organectomy- Existential Disconnect

One of my favorite finds of the last few years in the brutal death metal community is definitely Organectomy.  Ever since I heard the blasting debut “Domain Of The Wretched” I was instantly hooked on the insane band out of New Zealand.  They signed with Unique Leader Records, re-releasing […]

Ingested- Call Of The Void

Brutal Death Metal/Slam monsters Ingested released a great album last year “The Level Above Human” that I thoroughly enjoyed.  And was recently aware the guys are releasing an EP already! “Call Of The Void” will be out June 14th through their label Unique Leader Records.  The band’s energy never ceases to amaze me…..ever.  Ingested […]

Abnormality- Sociopathic Constructs

Death metal underdogs Abnormality dropped the best death metal album of the year within the last few weeks.  Straightforward, brutal, honest and punishing.  They’ve been on my radar for years with 2012’s masterpiece “Contaminating The Hive”, and especially 2016’s “Mechanisms Of Omniscience”.  Their groove, riffs and nasty vocals keep you […]

Protopilot: Volume 1

Protopilot released this amazing offering at the end of April and I’m still not over how great of a piece of music this is.  To be honest, Buffalo isn’t full of a ton of artsy and unusual bands. Don’t get me wrong, there’s some good bands in the area….Protopilot […]